Dr. Remedios C. Neroza, Professor V of the College of Graduate Studies, presented her study at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences conference in the American University of Rome on October 28-31, 2014.
Dr. Neroza’s paper was entitled “Guidance Counselors/ Practitioners Characteristics, Skills and Emotional Profile: Basis for a Training Program”.
Research takes a new spin in DMMMSU-College of Graduate Studies with the implementation of an organized research activity for the entire academic community of the college. At the onset of the first semester of school year 2015, the college introduced research to be a joint undertaking conducted by faculty and students targeting the research agenda of the college.
It’s high time research take a center stage in the college,” CGS Dean Emmanuel J. Songcuan said in an interview. “Results of research can feed into instruction and extension,” he added.
Songcuan also mentioned of his vision to turn the graduate college into a research and training institute where each program has an established center actively engaged in training, research, and extension activity.
“The reason for the existence of graduate school is to conduct a research. That should be clear to everyone enrolling in the college,” he emphasized. → Read more